Thursday, December 21, 2017

Review: I’M SNOBBITY SNOWMAN by Maria Bardyukova and Quiet Riley

Snobbity Snowman has everything a snowman could possibly want: a shiny hat, freshly-picked noses and enough pride to last a lifetime. In fact, he is so egocentric that he can't even see when his life starts falling apart.

What disasters must take place to open his charcoal eyes? To help him see that pride and possessions cannot bring true happiness? Will he defrost his chilly ego and embrace the warmth of friendship? Only Snobbity can tell.

Depicting winter in rich and whimsical tones, Snobbity Snowman’s quirky characters and unexpected twists promise to leave a lasting impression on all its snobbulous readers.

Reviewed by: Celia
Rating: 3 stars

Review: This is the story of a snobby snowman that learns to see the light in his ways. It was kind of like the snowman’s version of Scrooge.

Illustrations were cute. I especially liked the facial expressions. I wish the text could’ve interacted more with the images. The images were so lively while the text just stood at the bottom of the page.

Overall, this was an okay holiday story.

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